Njie-Carr, V. (2014). Abused experiences of HIV-positive women and perceptions of male perpetrators’ role: A concurrent mixed methods study. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jana.2013.11.002 Podcast available.

Clough, A., Draughon, J., Njie-Carr, V., Rollins, C., & Glass, N. (2013). “Having housing made everything else possible”: Affordable, safe and stable housing for women survivors of violence. Qualitative Social Work, 13(5), 671-688. doi:10.1177/1473325013503003 

Njie-Carr, V., Sharps, P., Campbell, D., and Callwood, G. (2012). Experiences of HIV-positive childbearing women: A qualitative study. Journal of the National Black Nurses Association, 23 (1), 21-28.

Glass, N., Campbell, J.C., Njie-Carr, V., and Thompson, T. A. (2010).  Ending Violence Against Women: Essential to Global Health and Human Rights.  Parker, R., & Sommer, M. (Eds). Global Health Handbook.

Leigh Goodmark, Should Domestic Violence Be Decriminalized?, Harvard Journal of Law and Gender (forthcoming 2017).

Leigh Goodmark, Hands Up at Home: Militarized Masculinity and Police Officers Who Commit Intimate Partner Abuse, 2015 Brigham Young University Law Review 1183 (2015) (excerpted in Domestic Violence Report, February/March 2016 & Family and Intimate Partner Violence Quarterly 2016).

Leigh Goodmark, Law and Justice Are Not Always the Same: Creating Community Based Justice Forums for People Subjected to Intimate Partner Abuse, 42 Florida State University Law Review 707 (2015).

Leigh Goodmark, CONVERGEing Around the Study of Gender Violence: The Gender Violence Clinic at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, 5 University of Miami Race and Social Justice Law Review 661 (2015).

Leigh Goodmark, Stalled at 20: VAWA, the Criminal Justice System, and the Possibilities of Restorative Justice, CUNY Law Review Footnote Forum, available online at http://www.cunylawreview.org/stalled-at-20-vawa-the-criminal-justice-system-and-the-possibilities-of-restorative-justice/#more-1560 (2014).

Leigh Goodmark, The Role of Clinical Legal Education in the Battered Women’s Movement, 22 Buffalo Journal of Gender, Law and Social Policy 27 (2013-14).

Leigh Goodmark, Transgender People, Intimate Partner Abuse, and the Legal System, 48 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 51 (2013) (reprinted in Diane Kiesel, Domestic Violence: Law, Policy & Practice 2017; Marianne Blair, Merle Weiner, Barbara Stark, and Solangel Maldonado, Family Law in the World Community: Cases, Materials and Problems in Comparative and International Family Law 2015).

Leigh Goodmark, Clinical Cognitive Dissonance: The Values and Goals of Domestic Violence Clinics, the Legal System, and the Students Caught in the Middle, 2 Brooklyn Journal of Law and Policy 301 (2012) (symposium issue).

Leigh Goodmark, Autonomy Feminism: An Anti-Essentialist Critique of Mandatory Interventions in Domestic Violence Cases, 37Florida State University Law Review 1 (2009) (reprinted in James G. Dwyer, Family Law: Theoretical, Comparative and Social Science Perspectives 2012; Women and the Law, Jane Moriarty ed. 2010).

Leigh Goodmark, Reframing Domestic Violence Law and Policy: An Anti-Essentialist Proposal, 31Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 39 (2009) (symposium issue).

Leigh Goodmark, When is a Battered Woman Not a Battered Woman?  When She Fights Back, 20 Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 75 (2008).

Leigh Goodmark, Going Underground: The Ethics of Advising a Battered Woman Fleeing an Abusive Relationship, 75 University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review 1001 (2007) (symposium issue) (reprinted in Women and the Law, Jane Moriarty ed. 2009).

Leigh Goodmark, The Punishment of Dixie Shanahan: Is There Justice for Battered Women Who Kill?, 55 Kansas Law Review 269 (2007).

Leigh Goodmark, Telling Stories, Saving Lives: The Battered Mothers’ Testimony Project, Women’s Narratives, and Court Reform, 37 Arizona State University Law Journal 710 (2005).

Leigh Goodmark, Achieving Batterer Accountability in the Child Protection System, 93 Kentucky Law Journal 613 (2004-05).

Leigh Goodmark, Law is the Answer? Do We Know That For Sure? Questioning the Efficacy of Legal Interventions for Battered Women, 23 St. Louis University Public Law Review 7 (2004) (symposium issue).

Leigh Goodmark & Catherine F. Klein, Deconstructing Teresa O’Brien: A Role Play for Domestic Violence Clinics, 23 St. Louis University Public Law Review 253 (2004) (symposium issue).

Leigh Goodmark, From Property to Personhood: What the Legal System Should Do For Children in Family Violence Cases, 102 West Virginia Law Review 237 (1999) (symposium issue).



Leigh Goodmark, Decriminalizing Domestic Violence: A Balanced Policy Approach to Intimate Partner Violence (University of California Press, forthcoming 2018).

Rashmi Goel & Leigh Goodmark, eds., Comparative Perspectives on Gender Violence: Lessons From Efforts Worldwide (Oxford University Press 2015).

Leigh Goodmark, A Troubled Marriage: Domestic Violence and the Legal System (New York University Press 2012).


Book Chapters and Reports

Syme, Sheryl L. Ernest and Camardese, Susan. “Abuse and neglect,”  in Darby and Walsh (editors): Dental hygiene theory and practice. Chapter 60, 4th ed. St. Louis: Elsevier, Saunders; 2015.

Leigh Goodmark, “The Unintended Consequences of Governance Feminism: The Criminalization of Domestic Violence,” in Governance Feminism: A Handbook (University of Minnesota Press, publication forthcoming 2017).

Leigh Goodmark, “Law and Justice as a Tertiary Prevention Strategy,” in Preventing Intimate Partner Violence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Policy Press, publication forthcoming 2017).

Leigh Goodmark, “Innovative Criminal Justice Responses to Intimate Partner Violence,” in Sourcebook on Violence Against Women (Sage Publications, publication forthcoming 2016).

Leigh Goodmark, “Intervention by Criminal Justice in Cases of Intimate Partner Violence: What Does Beth Sipe’s Story Teach Us?” in I Am Not Your Victim: Anatomy of Domestic Violence (Sage Publications 2014).

Leigh Goodmark, “State, National and International Legal Initiatives to Address Violence Against Women: A Survey,” in Sourcebook on Violence Against Women (Sage Publications 2010).

Leigh Goodmark, “Battered Women Who Fight Back Against Their Abusers,” in Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships, Volume 3: Criminal Justice and the Law (Greenwood Press 2009).

Leigh Goodmark & Ann Rosewater, Bringing the Greenbook to Life: A Resource Guide for Communities (National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges 2008).

Leigh Goodmark, Reasonable Efforts Checklist for Dependency Cases Involving Domestic Violence (National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges 2008).

Ann Rosewater & Leigh Goodmark, Steps Towards Safety: Improving Systemic and Community Responses for Families Experiencing Domestic Violence (Family Violence Prevention Fund 2007).

Catherine Klein, Margaret Martin Barry & Leigh Goodmark, “Early Interventions: Domestic Violence Education for Teens,” in Creative Child Advocacy: Global Perspectives (Sage Publications 2004).


Opinion Pieces

Leigh Goodmark, Jailing Rape and Domestic Violence Victims is an Abuse of Prosecutors’ Power, Feministing.com, August 11, 2016.

Leigh Goodmark, Sentencing Reforms Should Not Omit Domestic Violence, The Conversation, May 7, 2016.

Heather Douglas and Leigh Goodmark, Police perpetrators of domestic violence, The Conversation (Australia), November 2, 2015.

Leigh Goodmark, Parent-Partners and Intimate Partner Violence, Concurring Opinions, October 27, 2015.

Leigh Goodmark, Mandatory domestic violence prosecution may traumatize victims, Baltimore Sun, October 18, 2015.

Leigh Goodmark, Why giving abusers longer sentences won’t stop America’s domestic violence epidemic, Fusion.net, October 3, 2015.

Heather Douglas & Leigh Goodmark, Beware the unintended consequences of police-worn body cameras, The Conversation (Australia), September 29, 2015.

Leigh Goodmark, Nowhere to run: Intimate violence and the problem with police, Fusion.net, April 7, 2015 (named one of the Five Best Ideas of the Day by the Aspen Institute, April 8, 2015, http://aspen.us/ideas/2015-04-08).

Alesha Durfee & Leigh Goodmark, Paper shield: Making protection orders work, Arizona Republic, February 20, 2015.

Leigh Goodmark, Healthy Alternatives to Prosecution Can Help Victims, New York Times (online), September 11, 2014.

Leigh Goodmark, Put blame for domestic homicides where it belongs: on the killers, The Baltimore Sun, March 27, 2013.

Leigh Goodmark, Failing Abused Women: Courts rarely do right by domestic violence victims; alternative methods should be tried, The Baltimore Sun, October 20, 2011.

Leigh Goodmark, What good is a protective order if it doesn’t protect anyone? The Gazette (Maryland), November 2, 2007.

Leigh Goodmark, Where’s the Outrage for Athletes Who Abuse Partners? The Baltimore Sun, August 8, 2007.

Leigh Goodmark, Let’s Move Beyond “Spouse Out of the House,” The Gazette (Maryland), May 11, 2007.

Leigh Goodmark, Where’s the Protection? The Daily Record (Maryland), May 19, 2006.

Leigh Goodmark, Bias against battered women continues, with disastrous results, The Gazette (Maryland), October 28, 2005.

Leigh Goodmark, A missed opportunity for victims of violence, The Daily Record (Maryland), June 10, 2005.


Other Journals

Leigh Goodmark, Mothers, Domestic Violence and Child Protection: An American Legal Perspective, 16 Violence Against Women 524 (2010).